You should always seek full and proper advice from legal professionals before making a will.
To assist your legal advisors with preparing a Will which accurately reflects your wishes and accommodates your individual circumstances, you should consider the following points in advance of your appointment.List all the people you would like to benefit under your Will. Make sure you have the full and correct names, and addresses, if possible – of those people.
Once you have signed your Will, keep a copy of it in a safe place and tell people you trust where it can be found when the time comes.
If you need any further advice on making a will please contact a member of our Wills and Probate team
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